Mother's Day Flower Baskets Are On Sale!
Mother's day is Sunday, May 9th, brighten up your Mother's Day with beautiful spring flowers! We are happy to host our annual flower basket sales to benefit Lakeridge Middle School PTO. The baskets offer a beautiful combination of colors and flowers for only $38 each and bursting with color, these top-quality baskets are a great price - proceeds will benefit the students of Lakeridge Middle School. Each basket is 12" in diameter. Basket pick-up: Lakeridge Middle School in the parking area (first come, first serve) Wednesday, May 5th between 12p - 2p. Contact Sarah Howell with questions.
Order Deadline is April 21, 2021
Lakeridge Middle School PTO Community Partners Program
This month marks the launch of our PTO’s Lakeridge Middle School Community Partnership Program for the 2021-2022 school year. By partnering together with local businesses, our school benefits from the extra support in exchange for highlighting these wonderful businesses through our LMS PTO communication tools and at school events for parents. The different levels and benefits of sponsorship are shown below and will start at the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year. Please reach out with any questions about the program or payment by check at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register online, please click on the blue button below before May 1st, 2021!
Thank you for supporting the learning and enrichment programs at Lakeridge Middle School
Hybrid School Bus Update:The elementary and middle school bus transportation routes have been fine-tuned. You can access the updated routes on the district website under Transportation or by clicking here.You do not need to call the transportation department today to register your middle school student for the bus. All middle school students needing bus transportation to and/or from school should access the bus routes/stops most convenient to them, even if they are not yet registered for the bus. Bus drivers will be taking students’ names as they enter the bus. This roll call will serve as registration and collect information for contact tracing, if necessary.
LMS Spring Hybrid learning Information
LOSD Community School
Enrollment for Spring Programs
TEEN ART SHUFFLE VIRTUAL STUDIO! Presented by One River School of Art + Design
Wednesday, March 31, 2021 - May 26, 2021 / 5:00p - 6:00p, Grades 6th - 12th
THE ART OF MAGIC! Virtual Lessons
Monday, March 29, 2021 - May 24, 2021 / 5:00p - 6:00p , Grades 6th - 8th
VIRTUAL YOGA - Virtual Lessons
Monday, March 29, 2021 - May 24, 2021 / 5:00p - 5:30p, Grades 6th-8th
LOSD Teen Lounge is Open! The Lounge is open for the remaining school year and Summer. Monday-Friday, 3:30-7:30pm. Transportation is currently not available due to COVID regulation. Requires membership in order to attend. Spring-Summer Membership Registration link:: https://apm.
How to be involved with the PTO
Invest in the PTO Academic Enrichment Fund
Every year Lakeridge Middle School families donate to the PTO Academic Enrichment Fund. These direct donations provide funding for library investments, special events, student experiences, and music and arts programming. PTO works directly with LMS principals, staff, and families to determine and approve each year's needs. If your family would like to support the annual LMS PTO Academic Enrichment Fund, online donation payments are secure by clicking the button below.
Lakeridge Cares is a new volunteer PTO committee that partners with LMS counselors and district programs to provide assistance to LMS and LOSD families. Families can give and/or receive support confidentially through Lakeridge Cares.
To learn about Lakeridge Cares, please contact the Lakeridge Cares Committee Chair Jen Petersen for information on how to donate, or to contact an LMS counselor.
To volunteer for Lakeridge Cares, please email PTO volunteer coordinator Kemi McLaren.
LMS PARENT & STUDENT INFORMATION
Childcare Providers in Clackamas County
LINK: email@example.com Clackamas County currently has 76 childcare providers who have openings for child care. 211 is the first point of contact if parents are interested in reaching out about child care options in the area. Parents will need to have the following information ready when working with 211.
- parent first name and last name
- child’s DOB and first name
- address to search for care (near home or work)
- email address to send referrals
- any childcare requests
- days/times needed
Parents can reach 211 in the following ways:
- Calling 211 1-866-698-6155 - Listen to the prompt for child care and press the specified number
- Texting the keyword “children” or “niños” to 898211 (TXT211)
- CCRR can be reached at (503) 675-4100
- e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Clubs General Information
Click this link for active clubs this year: LMS Student Clubs
Research shows that kids who are involved and connected to school activities outside of class do better in class. Click on the LMS Student Clubs link above for information and registration to the GREAT STUDENT CLUBS happening this year!
NEW BIPOC Infinity Group~ LMS has launched affinity groups for our BIPOC students! Affinity groups “allow students who share an identity—usually a marginalized identity—to gather & talk in a safe space about issues related to that identity.” Ms. Easterly, Ms. Kamata, and Ms. Mocogni are advisors for this group. Students can contact them with questions.
LOSD & LMS Resource Links
LO Schools Mobile - Parents and students can:
-View grades, assignments, and attendance
-View and add contact information